Pekka Eskelinen, IEEE AES Magazine
"[Five stars] This is an excellent book written in a light, clear manner by a knowledgeable and experienced engineer. References are annotated on each page and [this] has a major advantage in making the text directly readable while simultaneously underlining the relevance of the substance of the text...the comprehensive approach recommends itself to both student and professional engineers looking for a primer in this area."
Paul O'Leary, IEE Communications Engineer
"Finally, I can recommend a book to those wishing to learn about microwave and RF engineering. Professor Tom Lee's Planar Microwave Engineering: A Practical Guide to Theory, Measurement, and Circuits is a comprehensive and readable treatment of RF and microwave engineering. The 23 chapters of the book cover everything from the history of radio to using probes. Also included with the book is a CD with programs ranging from simulators, such as Puff, LTSprice, Sonnet, EZNEC, and Eagle, to tools such as AppCAD, PLL design, and Smith Chart manipulation...I highly recommend taking a look at Planar Microwave Engineering; it will be well worth your time."
IEEE Microwave Magazine
"... a fantastic CD-ROM ... that is full of all sorts of useful toys to help engineers design their circuits, both microwave and lower frequencies ... well written, printed and clear ... This book answers all your practical questions (or wakes you up to some you did not know existed!) in this complex field. Most highly recommended for all working in it."